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The lead singer and impresario behind the huge heavy metal band Anthrax turns out to be a Jewish kid from Queens named Scott Ian. Today in Tablet Magazine, literary editor David Samuels gets Ian—ironic, nonchalant, yet serious—to explain how he became who he is.

Q&A: Scott Ian

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